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GCU Women’s Squad Strengthened by Local Experience

Michael Cook, Head Coach of the Gold Coast United Women’s program, turns to experienced local duo to further strengthen his 2018 Senior squad Local players, Joy Forsyth and Neesa Doyle, have been confirmed as the latest key, experienced signings in Cook’s 2018 squad, adding even more NPL depth and experience. Forsyth brings her no-nonsense, aggressive…

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GCU’s latest Men’s signing – Conor Smith

Gold Coast United FC’s Head Coach, Sean Lane, has turned to Liverpool to strengthen his Senior Men’s squad, signing Conor Smith, a 20 year old central midfielder Smith comes with a strong CV having joined his beloved Everton FC at 14. He gained his first professional environment scholarship at 16 with Fleetwood Town and was the…

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GCU Technical Director In Full Swing

Gold Coast United FC Technical Director, Craig Midgley, has hit the ground running since arriving from Cairns last week. Midgley has met with the Board; sat on various Committees; had meetings with local schools about potential programs and has been generally feeling out the Gold Coast, the Club, our coaches, facilities and squads. A big task…

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A Little About Our New Men’s Signings – Wernerson & Tomic

Recently signed Men’s players, Dean Wernerson and Archie Tomic, bring over 30 years of combined football experience to the club. Not quite in the league of head coach, Sean Lane and his assistant Mirko Runje, who together rack up close to 100 years of football experience and knowledge. But in the players’ favour is youthful exuberance…

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Gold Coast United FC’s Senior Men’s Coach Rapt With Quality

SEAN Lane says there is a lot to like about the almost-complete Gold Coast United FC’s senior men’s squad, but what impresses him most is the ‘glint in their eyes’. “Technically they are very, very good, but it is their attitude that is most impressive,” United’s head coach said after a pivotal first training run…

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